New Year’s resolutions aren’t for all. But for Silicon Valley influencers looking to the other side of this pandemic, they’re a start.
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The San Jose-based nonprofit expects to provide 7,700 families with holiday food boxes and 2,400 families with gift cards for toys.
Now more than ever, it is imperative that the San Jose arts community leans into diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion.
An analysis of San Jose’s public art paints a story of a city that’s failed to use its economic power to invest in its own creative community.
In an open letter to Team San Jose CEO Karolyn Kirchgesler, the Multicultural Arts Leadership Institute urged the tourism bureau to do better.
With the vitriolic nature of racial discourse in America, it’s no wonder people avoid the topic. But we need more conversation on race—not less.
The ground: an unavoidable, unforgiving medium in the art of breakdancing. It bruises and cuts a dancer’s hands. Experience forms callouses. So, when world-renowned breaker and San Jose native Raymond “NastyRay” Mora set out to photograph some of the world’s top breakdancers (B-boys), he focused on their hands. The resulting gallery goes on display Friday night in San Jose, and a corresponding breakdancing competition will take place Saturday at Edenvale Community Center.